boardroom

[bawrd-room, -room, bohrd-]
noun
1.
a room set aside for meetings of a board, as of a corporation.
2.
a room in a broker's office where stock-market quotations are listed on a board or by other means.
Also, board room.


Origin:
1880–85, Americanism; board + room

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boardroom (ˈbɔːdˌruːm, -ˌrʊm)
 
n
a.  a room where the board of directors of a company meets
 b.  (as modifier): a boardroom power struggle

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boardroom
1836, from board (1) in the sense of "table where council is held" + room.
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Example sentences
Astounding detail and boardroom quality make this map excellent for reference
  in your home or office.
Elegance refined from the boardroom to the golf course.
In some countries, the gender disparity in the boardroom is particularly
  pronounced.
There is not a boardroom in the country where he would look or feel out of
  place.
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